Here is my newest creation! Wood burned message reads, “Before you were born we dreamed of you, imagined you, prayed for you. Now that you are here we hope for you, we love you and we thank God for you”. It is made from rustic, upcycled wood, with naturally occuring holes and knots that are incorporated into the design. Please see my shop for more information or to purchase! http://www.etsy.com/shop/rusticstory Thank you for taking the time to look!
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Here are a few of my newest creations. I am at peace while creating. I especially love creating these pieces because I know they will someday be a beautiful addition to someone’s home-perhaps displaying their most treasured photography or art. I would be honored to know that these became family heirlooms-something that will add beauty to you and yours’ family for years to come! Thank you so much for viewing these!
The larger frame has a unique wood burned pattern burned by myself. This frame will nicely display a matted 12×12 photo. It is two-toned with alternating color wood. There are naturally occuring knots and holes in the wood that are incorporated into the design.
The smaller frame is also made from rustic, upcycled wood, and will nicely fit a 5×7 un-matted photo, or a matted 4×6 photograph.
Both frames are unique, one-of-a-kind Christmas/Holiday gifts, or thoughtful housewarming gifts-or a nice piece for yourself! These frames will look great in any decor from modern and edgy, to shabby chic-vintage, to traditional! For more information please visit my shop on Etsy: www.etsy.com/shop/RusticStory to learn more and for pricing information! Thank you so much for visiting my site!
Hello all! So, I’m fairly new to blogging. I’m also fairly new to running a business. It has been a fantastic journey to this point. I am a mom to an adorable little blessing named Isaac. He is the light of my life, and hence the reason for getting out of the rat race. A slower pace-one that allows for coloring, and legos, and reading stories, making dinner for my little family, and drinking hot cocoa-is what I’ve been called to. These precious moments seem like they are just a breath long, and then vanish into the good memories of yesterday. A life full of good memories is what I assume all people strive to achieve.
I have been working hard in my husband’s shop-learning a new trade, for a new era of life. I’ve quite frankly fallen in love with my new hobby. It’s wood working in the form of picture frames, decorative wood burning, and photography. Please visit my shop at http://www.etsy.com/shop/RusticStory I hope you will fall in love with my creations too!